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akaiextract(1) libgig tools akaiextract(1)

NAME

akaiextract - Extract audio samples from an AKAI media or AKAI disk image file.

SYNOPSIS

akaiextract SOURCE DESTDIR

DESCRIPTION

Reads an AKAI media (i.e. from a CDROM drive, ZIP drive or directly from an AKAI hard disk drive) or AKAI disk image file and extracts all its audio samples as .wav files to the given output directory. If the given output directory does not exist yet, then it will be created.

OPTIONS

 SOURCE
On Windows: drive letter of the source disk drive to read from. On POSIX systems (i.e. Linux, Mac): path to the input source, which may either be an AKAI disk image file already being available on your HD, or a disk drive path (i.e. '/dev/cdrom'). On Mac: You can omit this argument on Mac, which will cause it to access the CDROM drive automatically ('/dev/rdisk1s0').
 DESTDIR
Output path where all samples should be extracted to. If the directory does not exist yet, then it will be created.
 

SEE ALSO

akaidump(1), gigdump(1), gigextract(1), korgdump(1), sf2dump(1)
 

BUGS

Check and report bugs at http://bugs.linuxsampler.org
 

Author

This program and its library are based on Sébastien Métrot's libakai. This is a fork of libakai and its tools which is now also providing support for LINUX and other POSIX compliant operating system, and it does not have a dependency to libngl as the original libakai had. Linux port and man page written by Christian Schoenebeck <cuse@users.sf.net>
22 May 2014 libgig 4.0.0